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Husker Century - Part 1 DVD
Husker Century Part I - Documentary spanning the first 50 years of Husker football to 1942. You will learn about the foundations of tradition and character. Learn about the interesting individuals who played and coached in the early years. The first in a 3 part series. Running time: 60 minutes.

Husker Century - Part 2 DVD
Husker Century Part II – Documentary spanning the WWII era through the Devaney years (1942 through 1972). The Husker football program struggles through lean post war years, though many great players pass through the program. Bob Devaney resurrects the Cornhuskers pride and sets us on a path we still enjoy. Running time: 94 minutes.

Husker Century - Part 3 DVD
Husker Century Part III - Part three of the Husker Century trilogy on University of Nebraska football starts with the beginning of the Osborne Era and concludes with Frank Solich -leading the Huskers to the National Championship game in the 2002 Rose Bowl. Running time: 125 minutes.

Walk Ons: Huskers' Edge DVD
Walk Ons Huskers’ Edge DVD – This documentary details the history of the walk-on program at Nebraska and demonstrates how the walk-on players have contributed to success on the gridiron. Former Husker walk-on greats talk about their experiences as part of the Big Red. Legendary Coach Osborne, Coach Pelini, and sportswriters discuss the past and present impact of the fabled program. Walk Ons: Huskers’ Edge shows how walk-ons exhibit the work ethic, loyalty, and never give up-attitude representative of Nebraska’s traditional values, pushing the more highly touted recruits to go big, or go home. Running time: approx. 60 minutes.

Coach Osborne More Than Winning/A Day in the Life of a Husker DVD

Tom Osborne: A Legacy Beyond the Game DVD
From 25 successful years as a hall of fame football coach to a political career and a quest to serve young people, Osborne has left an indelible legacy. At this stage in his life, Tom Osborne looks back in a unique one-on-one interview with sportscaster
Kevin Kugler.Running time: 60 minutes.